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The Grant County herald. (Big Stone City, Grant County, Dakota [S.D.]) 1879-1883, May 12, 1882, Image 1

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your inspection at ur yard of the following
machinery and implements:
'.s & Shepherds Steam
nd Horse-Power Threshers,
liii Reapers, Mowers and Harrows,
ton Harrows, Owatoima Seeders.
v j. ,_.nre Seeders. Chamberlain Plows.'
Rakes, Wampach Wagons and Buggies,
Champion Cord Binders.
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Display
Oi
Dress Goods.
i U A A N
full. XoVbY Spring
CM*
1
lyles
We Sell Lov and Car .»
30EEIBS and
M"t HI
en v.
vt'iiue
Ul
Osiosi:,e Tiunilike
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JNTBRS, AND
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Mixed Paint, Colors in
rutty, Glass,
Call and get
gHOSS
PROVISIONS
III. BTG STONE CITY, I)AK., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1882
kery ai
w I i
& Co"*.
Y«»«l St or
BUILDERS.
Oil, I'm"* and
prices.
Is also complete and well assort-il.
3N"eill tfc Ressegu
w
machine oils, etc
i.comploto.
Our
stock
and °'r
of
1
Xc.tt door to St. Charles Hotels
®.
V S O i K S O
Who are these men of Big Stone
Whose names we often hear
That trem hie not at tyranny
Ami know no sense of fear
Why stand they firmly back to hark
When fraud's loul head appears?
Why can they not lx t:unpered with,
Why will they not "go down
Why stand so calmly, still and brftfe
lieiore the "ermine's"' lrowu?
My boy, von know that God has said
A just cause makes men brave.
These men were bora on freedoms soil,
They will not he made slaves.
They breathe the free air of their lake,
The jterlumc of the trees:
They live upn the strength that come!
From the wild, sweet prairie breeze.
Some came from where the o.-ean roll-?,
Some from
the inland seas
And others where the pine trees weep
Have spent their early years:
Hut all have their s«uls the strength
Tlii.t justice gives their cause,
And no one there has sullied yet
Their country's honest laws.
They've heard the shout of battle,
When death stalked tar and near:
They nobly stood before the breach
When Alii banks mob was here.
They never harm an honeit man,
lint dare the rascal's might
T! gh he be backed by armed forcc
And dressed in "ermine's'' white.
Diversified Agriculture.
Wf have before referred to a
divers
ity of agricultural pursuits in this
county as the only ultimate and sure
method of farming. The following
from the j'ioneer Press, on the sub
ject in Minnesota, will be quite appli
cable ti his sect ion and ought to be
carefully considered by all fanners.
Helving on one product is unsafe for
any country, no matter how well that
product may su'fced lor a time.
-The significant industrial tendrncv
that has appeared in Minnesota for a
long time, is that towards a judicious
divi "f Ti'*ultm-al pursuits now
so cle
centr:
.able
iiose
tnd
,!U
rints ana
in the southern and
the state. Tin re-
productiveness of the soil
niithern counties first set
In- success which attended
cull ure for a long term of
1
igerated the natural ten
fanners to devote them
v to the p*oduetion of that
'. !,!]] the latitude seemed
whb'h was most conveni-
tte«l
ated. and for which there
idi.^t i:id largot market.
1
'..aided the liat
a single to di
1'.:h comes with
.ement of a
of home needs
"ation of markets.
its own as almost the
crop through grass-
rl
romp
:rv,
..•. i Might, unfavor
wet harvests, until
1 I'pejidpncc upou
i tI'.crn and crn
s have found their
-. -ce of loss and
1: has taken four
1
DEPAKTMKM
.1 r. I
"t the staplo erop
f.-iiii of Minnesota
.M 1, i iv. i of a single crop
weaii!i i theia and pros
the country. There are
hls spring that tin-lesson
]»ra"tically as well as
.:at the annua! ianiei.l
failure of the wheat
.. i, thern and central Minne
the speculations as to the
that might, be pro
ent method of farm
., i place to an active
•. '. \. 1 utionize and restore
v industry whidi an
.. v pi^initled to fail into
I lar from ruin.
.,. j, ,. of Iowa, whose s'o"'
1
interest has grown U bo
nub1, impvrtan{ in the west.
V-.l
many progressive farm
Minnesota to emula
i
iids of acres hereto
.. devoted to win at are
.iturage and i new iu
', ,iock has sprung up ail
tjjt) snillieni part oi the state.
1 take the reports of the com
statistics to show the
lite change, luit there
vidence that it is con
ier o
fill
isab:
Minnesota river that has not a cream*
Uitcwa^ "Srm-
and afford a local market foi the milk
of hundreds of stock farms.
H:ise
s and JJuU ut Munro's Drug Store.
Kohl'V ^pi
Kldredgp's.
Hats, straw and felt, at F. A.
ClicHlH'st Money in (irant c.mnty,
8
per c.-l.t, interest, at Moviib Jlro»
u -ua see tliose fine Swing Suits oi
,:™I" & Clothmg .tc. h. Holmes S
IJru'jJ.
The finr?t cigars and tobacco t'^t ever
came to
1'Ak
Sioue City are to be louud the
0
Go to the
Is/L
For Bargains in
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Boots, Slioes,
We will positively give more
and bettor goods for less money
than any house in the west.
u
'lh
«0!
i id i a
l,
We are also agents for the
Stone City-, Duk.
em
NO 38.
O
TIEI
and Groceries
We have the largest stock west
of St. Pa,ul, and we defy competi
tion in prices.
i if) f\
f*.
n
kl 1
isfiisu
0
k i i i
il i
u i i i i
Kalamazoo & Burr Oa^k Spring Tooth Harrow'
Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Seeder
and Sulky Harrow.
Also tlie Fountain Cily Seeder.
AVi: SELL Tin:
Case Farm Wagon,
Norwegian Breaking and Crossing Plows,
Spring Tooth Cultivators,
Corn Planters, Sulky Kay Rakes,
Farm Trucks, &o.
full line of Sigwalt and American Sewing Machines always
Iloplilns Mower,
One of the very best lnarlilites in the ni ii I. '!.
JONES & MONROE,
v
c:i
hantf.

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